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Nasal Steroids, Irrigation, Oral Antibiotics, and Subgroup Targeting for Effective Management of Sinusitis

Georgetown University Medical Center
| District of Columbia
Daniel Merenstein, MD
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trial for Bipolar Depression: SMART-BD

Massachusetts General Hospital
| Massachusetts
Andrew Nierenberg, MD
Project Status:
Awarded; Contract not executed
Project Type:
Research
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Help Patients Control High Blood Pressure

Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
| North Carolina
Doyle Cummings, PharmD
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Individualizing Treatment for Asthma in Primary Care

American Academy of Family Physicians
| Kansas
Wilson Pace, MD
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Ways to Prevent Migraine in Youth

Cincinnati Children's Hospital
| Ohio
Scott Powers, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Effectiveness of a Multimodal Intervention for Transitions of Care after Lower Limb Fracture

Brigham and Women's Hospital
| Massachusetts
Patricia Dykes, PhD, RN, MA
Project Status:
Awarded; Contract not executed
Project Type:
Research

Efficacy of Pharmacologic Management of ADHD in Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder

The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital
| Ohio
Daniel Coury, MD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Treat Urgency Urinary Incontinence in Women -- The BEST Trial

Women and Infants Hospital-Rhode Island
| Rhode Island
Vivian Sung, MD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Three Ways to Help People Quit Smoking

University of Florida
| Florida
Jesse Dallery, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Types of Medicine for Pain after Surgery -- The CARES Trial

University of Michigan
| Michigan
Mark Bicket MD, PHD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Does Treating Genital Herpes in Pregnancy Reduce Racial Disparities in Severe Maternal Morbidity? -- The PCORI SMM Study

Kaiser Foundation Research Institute, a Division of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
| California
De-Kun Li, MD, MPH, PHD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Control Blood Pressure after Stroke

Wake Forest University Health Sciences
| North Carolina
Cheryl Bushnell, MD
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Comparing Two Prevention Programs for Teens at Risk for Suicide

Kaiser Foundation Research Institute
| Oregon
Gregory Clarke, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Reduce Flare-Ups among People with Inflammatory Bowel Disease -- The QUOTIENT Study

University of California San Diego
| California
Siddharth Singh, MD, MS
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Treatments for Children with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
| Illinois
Sandi Lam, MD, MBA
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Comparing How Well Different Diabetes Medicines Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease

Kaiser Foundation Research Institute, a Division of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
| California
Romain Neugebauer, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Second-Line Medicines to Treat Type 2 Diabetes -- The BESTMED Study

Brigham and Women's Hospital
| Massachusetts
Alexander Turchin, MD, MS
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Research
Has Results
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Treat Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis -- The RA-PRO PRagmatic Trial (RA-PROPR)

University of Alabama at Birmingham
| Alabama
Jasvinder Singh, MD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

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